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iPhone 13 Pro

iPhone 13 Pro bottom view showing Lightning port and speakers

iPhone 13 Pro video shows off the most mind-blowing camera feature

October 29th, 2021

The team at Apple Experiments has released a new video. This time the team puts the Apple iPhone 13 Pro to the test, including using the Cinematic Mode to capture some cool space scenes. On Thursday, Apple posted a new video to its YouTube channel. In the video, the team showcases several shots created with …

iPhone 13 Teardown

The worst iPhone 13 news so far was just confirmed again

September 28th, 2021

Apple’s iPhone 13 is out in the wild, with millions of people having purchased one of the four new iPhone models. We also finally got to see the first real-life tests involving the new handsets. We saw battery life endurance tests and several drop tests already, which complement the regular reviews and the camera reviews. …

iPhone 13 Drop Tests

Watch this video before you buy a new iPhone 13

September 28th, 2021

The iPhone 13 is out in the hands of millions of buyers, who purchased the handsets early during preorders, or in stores starting Friday. As a result, we’ve already seen plenty of real-life iPhone 13 tests in recent days, including the drop tests that arrive soon after the release date. Like the iPhone 12 series, …

iPhone 13 Pro Display

iPhone 13 Pro already has an annoying display bug, but Apple is fixing it

September 27th, 2021

The iPhone 13 series appears to be a massive success for Apple, with the phone selling out soon after preorders started on Friday, September 20th. Now that the phones have reached consumers, we’ve already begun seeing plenty of real-life usage tests. That involves speed tests, teardowns, and battery life comparisons. iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone …

iPhone 13 Drop Test

iPhone 13 drop tests show what it takes for the glass to crack

September 27th, 2021

Smartphones have become increasingly more durable in recent years, but most flagships out there are made of glass. Various versions of sturdy glass protect the front and the back. Most phones feature wireless charging. That’s why they require glass or plastic backs. But all phones made of glass run the risk of cracking under the …